You have Probably seen certain cool street preachers always in the month of August every year! You have probably received a God teaching message on your phone every morning faithfully and consistently! You have probably received an invitation to go for fellowship on Thursday at UMA Lugogo! You have probably seen beautiful young and vibrant corporates responding to God in an uncommon manner! You have probably seen a bumper sticker with “Phaneroo” and thought that it is a car manufacturing company.
Well, It is Phaneroo Fellowship,these gather every Thursday and Sunday at the UMA gardens and pray and worship with such fervency as their Apostle Grace Lubega leads them. They are young and yet have an unwaving persistence pertaining their convictions.
As a fast growing church in Kampala, Phaneroo recently stormed one of the popular rugby grounds on Jinja Road to make a photo-shoot for their 4th anniversary which falls on 11th August at the Kololo airstrip themed “Stretch Forth”
They came up with exciting aerial photos of formation of the world and these have fired up social media.
Sources confirm that approximately 4000 church members sat, stood and built maps for 6 hours with their Pastor at the helm issuing instructions.
We have caught glimpses of the footage here and there on social media and so far all we can say is these guys are onto something spectacular. We cant wait to see the whole project produced.
They will teach us a thing or two about creativity in advertising and online publicity.
Caption: (The World Map with P) Church Congregants forming the World with the Phaneroo P Logo to symbolise a stretching forth to Preach the Gospel to all nations of the world.
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